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in 1985 for the only bond movie that up until that time had premiered outside of london. it opened at the palace of fine arts and ktvu randy shandobil brought us this report on its premier. >> i would like to proclaim this day as 007 james bond day here in san francisco. >> reporter: mayor dianne feinstein acted as sort of a cheer leader for the new bond movie outside of city hall. why is our highest city official pushing a movie? well here's the reason, a stunt man parachuted down to city hall today to present the mayor with a check for $100,000. the money will be used to fund two child care centers in the tenderloin. the $100,000 comes from more than 1,000 people plopping down $150 a head to see the world premier on a view to a kill tonight at the palace of fine arts. about 500 teenage girls screamed their adolescent heads off when the couple of the year appeared, moore and feinstein. roger moore's leading lady and grace jones who plays a villain in the movie. >> i think it's wonderful. i think the enthusiasm is fantastic. listen to them. >> reporter: but the teenagers were here
.y the wizards take on the heat. london is in a fog. history is on the line. [ male announcer ] jay likes it when his mobile phone helps him depososit his check. jay also like it when mother nature helps him wash his car. mother nature's cool like that. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. okay. [ male announcer ] with citibank's popmoney, dan can easily send money by email right from his citibank account. nice job ben. [ male announcer ] next up -- the gutters. citibank popmoney. easier banking. standard at citibank. >> the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. >> chris cooley went through his practiced like he was never gone. looks like he will be able to against the steelers on sunday. is london fletcher did not practice. he strained a hamstring last now he has some problems, maybe vertigo. he is going to see a neurologist. >> let's give a review from the doctor and see what they have to say. i will give you more tomorrow. you never can make up for a like london. i'm going to go out there and do best i can and not allow anybody to wonder why lo
, an immigrant, first generation from austria. my mother came from a family from london, a cockney girl. my father had been in the austrian army and immigrated in 1912. my mother's family immigrated in 1910, and she was a seamstress. she came from a big family. they came over for 5 pounds -- for 5 pounds, the entire family could come. they were trying to encourage immigration. a brother and sister, i was the youngest, my brother and sister are still alive. >> how old are they? >> my sister is 86. my brother is 84, about to be 85. >> you were born in 1920? >> 1931. [laughter] >> i have a list here -- they almost all worked to the end. don hewitt was 86, andy rooney was 92. walter cronkite went off the air when he was 65 and lived to be 92. it seems to me in the early days of broadcasting that never happened -- people were allowed to stay beyond 65. >> i cannot remember, do not remember precisely the rules, but if you are a contract employee -- staff executives had to retire at 55. there was an internal memorandum about that. contract people had no such limits. all the guys pretty much had th
i was going to london, i loved that. the inspiration, through the air, to everything. at the same time, i was fascinated. because i was not part of that. but as a voyeur that i am, i wanted to see them. i'm fascinated. i love them. i love the work of westwood. so i love their work because they did something, but they saw something that was happening, rebellion tight, and that mix of conservative with the art still. i love that, so it has influenced me. for example, in london, i saw a black trench coat, and in the front, you say black is not for children. black is bad, and everything like that that is ridiculous, so i told them. i must say that one for me was a learning experience. i love it. >> london has changed, as every city has. you certainly will not have any of those bankers wearing bowler hats and numberless. more to the point, london out is tremendously diverse. paris is becoming in admitting that it is more a diversity, and there's a little line for me quite hidden away the says i'm very much a parisian or i'm interested in parisian women, but not quite sure that i ever m
, come check it out, there's disco. >> over 700 people attended, the london zoo copied us and this is featured at the wall street journal, we're debating whether to try it again but it was a success that niekt so i thank you in that freedom for trying spg new. that finishes my report. >> is there any public comment on this item? >> hi there, my name's ar ya*l kelly, i did see the story in the wall street journal on the cover about what they did at the london zoo and i had a few friends in london would were able to attend the avent in london, it was revolutionized, the way young people visit zoos, but in san francisco, there is a multibillion night life industry in the city and a lot of people who really like to get out in the evening and participate in activities like this. i would just like to strongly urge that the zoo do another event like this one and partner with the entertainment commission and some of the other night life industry people in the city to help get the word out. i wasn't aware that this event happened in san francisco but absolutely have a network of pe
on london fletcher. ike leggett: gaming generated one hundred and eighty... million dollars for maryland schools. question seven will double it. rushern baker: question seven will add table games and... a new casino, generating millions of dollars... every year, without raising taxes. leggett: and audits will ensure the money goes... where it's supposed to. more jobs, and millions for schools. baker: question seven will be good for our kids... our teachers, and our schools. leggett: keep maryland money in maryland. baker: please vote fte question seven. leggett: vot vfor question seven. >> some good news today for the u.s. housing market. 389,000 homesles, last month. an increase of 6% over august. it indicates steady improvement byhousing market driven record low mortgage rates. >> if you are planning to fly holiday, it beng than youto pay more did last year. the average price of a round- trip ticket within the u.s. is $386. that is 9% more of them last year. there are more passengers trying to book fewer seats and the airlines are attacking non for peak travel times -- are tacking on s
, became a movie star. the first film premiered on the silver screen in london and monica on half a century of oo7 and his famous bond girls. ken, brave behave yourself. the world first saw the british spy in 1962. three of the bond girls reunited for the occasion. >> i'm a bond girl, despite my age. it's like being a member of a very exclusive club. >> the bond women say the film's themes were sometimes silly. brit's enemy self-destructed while wearing a bikini. 50 years ago, played soccer with oo p. >> this in man's stream. >> pierce, the fifth actor to play bond confesses he was nervous about the role. >> you walk on to the set and it's your first time. i have say, james bond, james bond. >> dom know 17 took him around the world. he returned here to london and are the service known as mi6. the author of the spice sered, or the secret agent himself. his writings and famous items are being auctioned at cristie's in london. the crown jowl, used in a car chase. yup. the franchise is stoat release its film, danielle craig. a license to pill. monica, cbs news, london. you. we know you. w
of the opposition that today's speech is for. you know i think of the young woman i met at a youth centre in london earlier this year. she was brimming with hopes and ambitions for the future. she was full of life. she was full of desire to get on and do the best for herself. and then she told me her story. 137d sent off her cv to employers and she'd not had a reply from any of them. many of you in this audience will know people in the same position. just think how that crushes the hopes of a generation. i want to talk to her, to a whole generation of young people who feel that britain under this government is no t offering them a future. [applause] i think back to the small businessman i met in july. a proud man called alan henderson, a small businessman. let me tell you alan henderson's story. he'd spent 40 years building up his sign making business, 40 years. he told me his story, he went to see his bank manager in 1972 at his local high street bank, he got a loan and he started his business. but something terrible happened to alan henderson and his family a few years back. he was ripped off by
for the mic. >> it's primarily a restaurant. we're a london base company and have a small dj station and have dj's from 7:00 p.m. until one in the morning for our guests only. >> okay. any questions from the commission? >> you're saying on the application the program is programmed from london or prerecorded? how does it work? >> we have prerecorded lunch for music and until the live dj arrives and that is phased out and the dj will play live for five or six hours and then we will turn that back on again. >> okay. >> is there a dance floor there? >> we could but only for special occasions and new years eve and bars and dining rooms and not room for a dance floor. i think the other exception would be a buy out for the entire space. we would make space for it. >> right. >> i think this is your multi-million dollar question. >> yeah, my barber -- don't laugh but i have a barber and she told me about this restaurant coming from london and she said -- is this chinese. >> chinese. >> she said it's the most expensive chinese strawrnd -- would it be the world? >> yes. it probably would be consider
for a single purpose. those instantly recognizable london cabs. they are the driving definition of form follows function. they are under threat. the company that makes the manganese bronze has gone into bankruptcy. they haven't turned a profit since '07. the cabs will be disappearing unless a financial solution can be found for the company. >>> this next item is for us dog lovers, it's a reminder you can love your dog too much. the old express that there's nothing cleaner than a dog's mouth, it's a canard, it's wrong. a new study in the archives of oral biology shows, if you're into kissing your dog or accepting kisses from your dog, you can get gum diseases or other ailments. this being the dinner hour, let's refer you back to another old expression, think about where that dog's mouth has been. dogs are self-cleansers. meaning they have a ton of bacteria in their mouths. >>> up next here tonight, what it's like to be world famous overnight just because your sister happens to marry a prince. >>> charles and camilla made an appearance on the red carpet in london this evening for the lavish and w
. and with midday here in london, 7:00 a.m. in washington. 1:00 p.m. in oslo where the nobel peace prize has gone not to an individual or even a handful of individuals. it's been awarded to a political entity and one which currently divides opinions like never be. the european union. the nobel peace prize is a controversial choice given the tensions over the economics and the austerity measures the u.n. imposed on some countries in the euro zone. >> the door of the nobel opened at exactly 11:00 local time, as happens every year where the committee chairman makes his announcement. once again, it was a huge surprise. >> the nobel committee has decided that the nobel peace prize for 2012 is to be awarded to the european union. >> the european union emerged from the seventh station of the second world war in which tens of millions of people were killed. the aim was to prevent further conflict in europe. focusing initiatives on france and germany. >> today war between germany and france is unthinkable. this shows a well maintained effort and confidence that former foes can become close partners. >> wh
jack london square. many planned to see several events. the what happens after the america's cup? the lines were filled. >> we have been waiting one hour. not that bad. >> and at that mellow attitude is a bit conservative. >> we are going to try to take part. and our patrons had to patrol the station parking lot. for those trying to take advantage with the preferred method of transportation. >> fleet week is number one. and watching the america's cup racing. and we will get on to the bart. >> when it comes time to return they are not going to be stuck here. in the east bay, jeff pierce, kron 4 news. >> if that is not enough, the presidential visit. how you can get tickets and enjoy some champagne festivities. >> a gorgeous day around the bay. temperatures in the '60s and '70s. what sunday is going to be like. i don't spend money on gasoline. i am probably going to the gas station about once a month. last time i was at a gas station was about...i would say... two months ago. i very rarely put gas in my chevy volt. i go to the gas station such a small amount that i forget how to pu
block radius. i'm so glad you called. thank you. we're not in london, are we? no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us monitoring your accounts for unusual activity, you could also set up free account alerts. okay. [ female announcer ] at wells fargo we're working around the clock to help protect your money and financial information. here's your temporary card. welcome back. how was london? [ female announcer ] wells fargo. together we'll go far. >>stanley: you may not know this, but smoking is banned in all of downtown concord. and there are signs all around the area advisee of this ordinance. ground zero is here at todos santos plaza. it is not hard to find people in violation. this man is sitting at the park cuffing away at a cigarette without a care in the world and tossing the cigarette butt on the ground. >> i a.m not from this area. i would not have even known that. >>stanley: even if you are not from the area, it is your responsibility to know the rules and regulations. >> who see
report from london tonight. >> reporter: when london welcomed the world to the olympics, britain's most famous spy got star billing. and the former beatle closed the show. the beatles. >> here they are, the beatles! >> reporter: and bond, turns out they have been together a long time. >> bond, james bond. >> bond. >> bond. >> bond. >> reporter: oo 7 was created by former spy ian flemming back in the '50s but they got their fame with dr. no, 50 years ago. >> 007, with license to kill who he pleases, when he pleases, where he pleases. >> reasonable story, lovely, quite exotic locations, lovely fun. >> reporter: a winning formula and a license to fill movie theaters for half a century. the latest bond? out next month. bond has changed with the times. >> hi, i'm daniel craig and i'm hosting saturday night live with news. >> you get to keep the bond gadgets? >> i do. >> reporter: but some things have not changed at all. the aston martin that connery drove. so does craig and the signature theme song. >> ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ written for the first film the moment i heard that, i knew that i was on t
on including the imf warning of a dip back into another global recession. we'll have a live report from london. plus, the obama campaign is getting a lot of mileage out of big bird. we'll show you their video from sesame street. first, let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock. we begin with the race for the white house. new post debate polling shows the race tightening now with four weeks to go. a new pugh research center survey showing mitt romney leading president obama 49-45 in a national head-to-head matchup. that's among likely voters, people who are most committed to participating in the november 6 election. but gallup has a different result in the daily tracking report. according to the seven-day rolling average, the president leads mitt romney 50 to 45. that is among registered voters. good news for the romney campaign in the state of michigan meanwhile. president obama was leading by ten points last month. according to the detroit free press, after the debate, same poll has the president's lead down to three points. that is within the margin of error. perhaps the bigges
friends in london would were able to attend the avent in london, it was revolutionized, the way young people visit zoos, but in san francisco, there is a multibillion night life industry in the city and a lot of people who really like to get out in the evening and participate in activities like this. i would just like to strongly urge that the zoo do another event like this one and partner with the entertainment commission and some of the other night life industry people in the city to help get the word out. i wasn't aware that this event happened in san francisco but absolutely have a network of people who would have loved to attend it and i think it's a great way for people who niekt not have kids or a reason to go to the zoo k to venture that, check it out and become lifetime participants of the zoo. we didn't get the wall street journal cover but london did after they copied san francisco, i want to commend the zoo for taking this step at a silent disco and they're doing it all around the world. >> thank you. >> richard? >> richard fong, commissioners, i'm looking at the zoo
from london. good morning. >> reporter: right, it does have that sort of snowballing effect that we see with any major travel destruction around the world, but of course this is a big one with so many airports closed for more than one day now. one expert was estimating that more than 50,000 travelers have been affected just between new york and london. sounds like a big number for a short period of time, but it's really not when you consider that about 7,000 people on average per day traveled just between jfk and heathrow. and even thorng, we're still seeing dozens upon dozens of cancellations in heathrow and other airports around the world. this is not a big problem considering what the east coast of the u.s. is dealing with right now. and when we talk to people who are stranded, most of them are just thinking of the people back home. however, many of them are stuck here overseas wanting to get back to loved ones who are affected by the storm. and that's been extremely frustrating for them. huge expense when you consider you have to be stuck in an expensive city like london. many airli
. let's check in with michelle kosinski who is handling those events from london. >> of course, most obviously in travel, dozens of flights are canceled today out of heathrow. yesterday there were nearly 90 flights not moving. experts are estimating some 50,000 passengers just over the last couple days have been stranded, and that's just between new york and london. surprising number, but it's not that surprising when you consider that about 7,000 people every day fly just between jfk and heathrow. the problem now is getting back to the u.s. many americans have found they haven't been able to get a flight until this weekend. something that becomes very expensive when you consider that some u.s.-based airlines are not helping people out with hotel payments. we talked to a family from philadelphia today who was able to tentatively book a flight just now on friday back home. and they were able to book on ba. they've been provided with with breakfast, lunch, dinner and hotel accommodations. that's helping them out. what we haven't been seeing is lines at the airport because all airlines
kosinski is in london with that part of the story. michelle, good morning to you. >> reporter: hi, savannah. right now you might say the situation is improving some with more u.s. airports now opening, but it's worse in others. heathrow, for example, has more flight cancellations today than yesterday. it's left now with thousands of americans stranded all over the world. thousands of others stuck in the u.s. >> super storm sandy strikes causing death and damage. >> reporter: sand set big news story here, too. >> states of emergency. >> a major disaster is declared in new york. >> reporter: and affecting many. >> kennedy is cancelled or closed so we're here for four more days. >> reporter: from airport around the world, london, frankfurt, paris, no way into new york or many other u.s. cities. jeff and his wife need to get from the city of lights to a place in connecticut that may or may not have power once they land. >> we need to get a place to stay here in paris, and a little indecision because they don't know how long it's going to be before airports open. >> reporter: thinking they might
to london was forced to make an emergency flight in london. these mid-air scares are retd tribiewtion for -- retribution for a labor dispute. >> it could be sabotage or this could be sloppiness but either way, it's a disaster for the airline. >> reporter: this morning american told abc news it is inspecting eight 757's in its seats which could have problems. t.j. winick, abc news, new york. >> that's kind of scary. it's a hot topic. so would you still consider booking a seat with american airlines. >> i remember sitting in a plan and the guy comes by. >>> honda recalling one of its most larp brands -- popular brands. >> and a great deal but something you will need to look for before and after your next shopping trip. >> i'm chief meteorologist wyatt everhart. you seat rain coming down in waves. what does hour wednesday hold in -- our wentz hold -- wednesday hold in store? >>> if you drive a honda accord, honda is recall half a million accords because of a potential fire risk. it involves the accord v6 from 2003 to twef-- 2007. so far there have been no crashes or injuries. honda legal
she's only 7. nick schifrin, abc news, london. >> a bright future ahead of her. >>> that's what's making news in america th live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> big problems for drivers along i-95. closed lanes in stafford county, virginia. good morning -- it is wednesday, october 24. i am stannate -- cynnÉ simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. let's get straight to meteorologist jacqui jeras. >> another beautiful day. i hope you enjoyed yesterday. today's looking equally nice. a little bit of cloudiness we are waking up to. our temperature is mild with 60 degrees and winds to the southwest around 3 miles per hour. temperatures across the region in the 50's. our express forecast for today is looking for 76 by noon and 80 degrees by 5:00. overall allegre day, but we have some changes in the seven-day. we will tell you about that. then i will head over to traffic. >> good morning. we will have problems with interstate 95 in virginia. around midnight we had to tractor-trailer's involved in
: the story of london's most terrifying epidemic--and how it changed science, cities, and the modern world" with the best sellers. it is fun that they wanted to talk about it. felt maybe they already read it because there was so much conversation. the other book sold better. with a book like that you always have a section where you wish you phrased things differently and there is this defense of reality tv, i can't tell you how many radio shows i did wear my next guest thinks watching big brother is making us smarter. here is steven johnson and i had to back out. this it is a little more subtle than that which is someone like -- we were talking about progress. that popular culture has gotten more complex over the last 20 or 30 years there's a trend towards more complexity and the kinds of stories we tell and the number of plot lines or characters on your average television show and complexity of the games as we talked about and complexity of the technology we use on the computer screen, something has gotten more challenging and the stories we interact with as popular culture consumers. the
to london to tie the knot in front of 17,000 trekies. they were episode after -- inspired by a episode on deep space 9 and where a traditional couple got married. >> the couples got in character here and said their vows in the star track language, clingons. >> whatever works. >> that is different. but love. love rules. >> whatever works. >> yeah. >> and i like that one. i got to use it. >>> on today's sports money, the college variety and d.c. united playing the most pivotal game in years. >>> i can totally see you doing that. >> shut up. >> for the record. >> and we have a little bit of everything coming up and can the terps please catch a break? it's on to the next one again for the crew and d.c. united joins the d.c. team as the next play-off time error. we'll hear from the former players. that's all. >> ah-ha, i can do that. >> uh. >> or morning, nanu. >> that is it for us. fox news is always on www.myfoxdc.com. >> keep it here. sports extra is two minutes away. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] combine the pnc cashbuilder visa credit card with a qualifying pnc performance select chec
, and january 5th. >> rose: why don't we just celebrate somewhere. >> quite. >> rose: in london. but will you be somewhere make movie. >> yes, i am. i am doing my play for michael granditch. >> rose: oh, what -- >> it's called peter and alice. >> rose: there you go. >> only 90 minutes long so you can be in the pub at 9:30. >> rose: or for dinner, wherever you want to go i love you, you're wonderful. >> thanks, charlie, very much much indeed,. >> rose: back in a moment. stay with us. mario testino he is is here, a photographer, models, hollywood stars and royalty. hits work for the last 30 years has covered every-- every one from kate moss to margaret thatcher. his exhi businesses have brought record-breaking clouds, now the first solo show in the united states called in your face, a fitting title. i am pleased to have him here at this table for the fist tim welcome. >> thank you so much, charlie. >> so you were born in lima, peru. did you-- you were going to study international relations and things like that. >> no, i actually didn't know what to study so the first university i went to was ec
. >>> coming up in sports, we'll have the latest on the status of london fletcher. he did practice today, but is that streak in jeopardy? >>> plus, the terps hoops team gets unwanted news regarding a new player. >>> and the world series providing a world of hurt for the tigers. news4 at 6:00 continues. anncr: seven-hundred-thousand jobs. that's what the plan george allen supports... would cost our economy. newspapers called it "economically destructive." like allen's votes to give tax breaks to companies... that ship jobs overseas, his economic plan would... help big corporations, devastating the middle class. allen even voted against tax breaks for small businesses. virginia can't afford to go back to george allen. the democratic senatorial campaign committee... is responsible for the content of this advertising. when we think no one is looking. is what we do... mitt romney: believe that they are victims. anncr: mitt romney thought no one was looking when... he attacked forty-seven percent of americans. his companies shipped jobs overseas. his plan cuts millionaires' taxes, but raises y
worked for the london paper and evening news. >> my car broke down and i cannot afford to get it fixed. and i went to the bank. i needed 200 pounds. i asked the bank for a loan and they said no. a colleague on the newspaper had written this throughout. and, of course, they asked how much money did you get? and he got 200 pounds. [laughter] >> i went home that day and i was married to my first wife, mary, and i said i know know how i will get our car back. i'm going to write a thriller. and she said oh, yeah. >> but i did end it was good enough to get published and i got 200 pounds. [laughter] >> and the car got fixed? >> yes. and i thought, if i tried a little bit harder, maybe it will be better. in fact, i wrote 10 books before i had a success. >> i think that would be very encouraging. to know that if your first 10 books don't sell, that is okay. [applause] >> but i think it says something about your determination. >> you know, i think it is a factor there. the thing is, it is an experience and it is exciting. you make of these characters and you give them names and you say she had b
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